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Acting with rare speed, the Minnesota House approved a $500 million package of tax cuts and repeals Thursday in a clear sign of the state's improved fortunes.
What better way to break into Spring than grabbing all of your athletic clothes at the annual Lululemon Warehouse Sale held at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners President Colette D. Honorable of Arkansas on Thursday named Commissioner Brandon Presley of Mississippi as chairman of the association's Committee on Consumer Affairs, according to a release from the NARUC office in Washington Commissioner Presley replaces Betsy Wergin of Minnesota, whose ... (more)
Governor Mark Dayton today proposed $616 million in tax cuts that would put more money in the pockets of middle class Minnesotans and benefit thousands of Minnesota businesses.
Prior to 2001, state estate taxes posed no additional burden on estates because a federal tax credit effectively paid the state tax dollar for dollar.
A bipartisan pair of lawmakers to unveil new plans to repeal a source of annoyance to many Minnesotans -- the Sunday prohibition on liquor sales.
Retirement readiness is grim across much of the country, an analysis released today shows.
With minimum-wage legislation apparently on a fast track in the Minnesota Legislature, we remain dubious about government's ability to know what wages should be.
By Anton Adamek March is the month of opportunity for area food shelves. It is the time of year when donations of food and money to a local food shelf can have a greater impact than usual.
Spring may not have made a commitment to Minnesota just yet, but regardless of the weather, this week marks the start of Lent.
The Minnesota Historical Society, the organization responsible for administering Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grants, announced the newest recipients of 111 grants.
A 30-year-old Eagan man was charged with manslaughter and child neglect on Tuesday after allegedly suffocating his 2-month-old son while falling asleep with him after a night of drinking.
Dozens of Minnesotans lined up to testify in favor of a bill that would make this the 21st state to legalize medical marijuana.
Most states with ski areas have a law called the "Skier Responsibility Act," or something like that.
There are many benefits to walking . According to the Mayo Clinic, as well as Drs.
It seems that each year a national report from one agency or another notes Minnesota fares particularly well as compared to other states when it comes to the general well-being of its citizens.